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Old 17th September 2008, 16:06   #1
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Default Nvidia is pleased with Intelís SLI certification support

Nvidia also said that it canít comment whether Intel will enable SLI on its X58 boards due the NDA with Intel and Intel people who we met yesterday have said that this is not their piece of the pie and that they are not authorized to talk about it.

Nvidia on the other hand, is pleased with the support that it received from Intelís X58 chipset group to validate any manufacturerís X58 motherboards. This is a nice progress since they were grabbing their throats just a few weeks ago. mid=37
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